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AC4400CW Detail Parts Arrive

2013-09-09_D300_8926-eLook what the postman brought today from Toy Train Heaven! Detail parts for my AC4400CW!

I mostly followed the recommendations on the Details West web site:

  • 1 Detail Associates HO Grille Set Dash 9 Athearn, LIST PRICE $7.5  PN:229-2724 @ $7.50 each (Note 1)
  • 1 Details West HO Detail Kit -9 SP CSX CP, LIST PRICE $15.95  PN:235-230 @ $13.56 each
  • 1 Details West HO Numberboards Dash 7,8,9, LIST PRICE $1.35  PN:235-249 @ $1.35 each
  • 1 Details West HO Fuel fillers/gauges set, LIST PRICE $2.95  PN:235-258 @ $2.95 each
  • 1 Details West HO Bronze Etched Walkway Detail, LIST PRICE $5.95  PN:235-270 @ $5.95 each
  • 1 Details West HO Sinclair Antenna Long 2/, LIST PRICE $1  PN:235-274 @ $1.00 each
  • 1 Details West HO Sinclair Antenna Short 4/, LIST PRICE $1.25  PN:235-275 @ $1.25 each
  • 1 Details West HO Air hose loco w/brckt  2/, LIST PRICE $1.25  PN:235-267 @ $1.25 each
  • 1 Details West HO MU Hose 3 cluster      4/, LIST PRICE $3.5  PN:235-266 @ $3.50 each
  • 1 Details West HO Piping & bracket right set, LIST PRICE $2.95  PN:235-259 @ $2.95 each
  • 1 Details West HO MU cable w/dbl ended recp, LIST PRICE $2.15  PN:235-236 @ $2.15 each
  • 1 Details West HO Ditch lights w/platforms, LIST PRICE $3.5  PN:235-243 @ $3.50 each
  • 1 Cal Scale HO Nathan P3 2 bells forward 1 back , LIST PRICE $3.9  PN:190-543 @ $3.90 each (Note 2)
  • 1 Details West HO Knuckle holder GP50&60, LIST PRICE $1.75  PN:235-210 @ $1.75 each (Note 3)

How does my list differ from the Details West web site?

Note 1: As you’ve seen from my previous posts, the upper radiator screens need some serious help. Let’s hope  this fixes it.

Note 2: The Details West Nathen P-3 three chime horn has the low tone (longest bell) on the engineer’s (right hand) side. As near as I can tell, all Southern Pacific AC4400CWs have the low tone horn on the engineer’s side. Call Scale does it right.

Note 3: The rear pilot of the AC4400CW has a spare knuckle holder on each side. Here is a photo of the back end of SP 105 taken by Jim Bryant, and another of SP 101 taken by Rob Sarberenyi hosted on the fabulous “my ESPEE MODELERS ARCHIVE” web page.

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